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[texts]Drei Worte an das deutsche Volk - Felix, G
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Keywords: Liberalism; Materialism; Conservatism
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[texts]Digital data acquisition for laser radar for vibration analysis - Montes, Felix G.
Thesis advisor(s): Robert C. Harney, D. Scott Davis
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[texts]Synthesis of the Stationary Phase IS-Anionic (Internal Surface-Anionic) for Extraction of Ochratoxin A and B from Samples of Beers. (Volume 31) - Menezes, M. L.
This article is from Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies, volume 31.AbstractA new IS-anionic stationary phase was synthesized to make on-line extraction of the ochratoxin A and B from samples of beer for HPLC. The propyltriethylammonium chloride stationary phase was characterized affecting it’s elementary determination and RI specter, respectively. Evaluation of the IS-anionic column for the extraction and quantification of OTA and OTB in beer has shown that the column is s...
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[texts]Treason history of the order of Sons of liberty, formerly Circle of honor - Stidger, Felix G[rundy], 1836- [from old catalog] ed
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Sons of Liberty (1864); Knights of the Golden Circle; Order of American Knights
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[texts]More mentoring needed? A cross-sectional study of mentoring programs for medical students in Germany. (Volume 11) - Meinel, Felix G
This article is from BMC Medical Education, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Despite increasing recognition that mentoring is essential early in medical careers, little is known about the prevalence of mentoring programs for medical students. We conducted this study to survey all medical schools in Germany regarding the prevalence of mentoring programs for medical students as well as the characteristics, goals and effectiveness of these programs...
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[texts]Critical Points in the Management of Pseudohypoaldosteronism Type 1. (Volume 3) - Guran, Tulay
This article is from Journal of Clinical Research in Pediatric Endocrinology, volume 3.AbstractPseudohypoaldosteronism type 1 (PHA-1, MIM #264350) is caused by defective transepithelial sodium transport. Affected patients develop life-threatening neonatal-onset salt loss, hyperkalemia, acidosis, and elevated aldosterone levels due to end-organ resistance to aldosterone. In this report, we present a patient diagnosed as PHA-1 who had clinical and laboratory findings compatible with the diagnosis ...
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[texts]An adult patient with Nijmegen Breakage Syndrome and Hodgkin's Lymphoma. (Volume 14) - Engel, Katharina
This article is from BMC Hematology, volume 14.AbstractBackground: Nijmegen Breakage Syndrome (NBS) is a rare autosomal recessive DNA repair disorder characterized by immune deficiency, microcephaly, mental retardation and a disposition for the development of hematological malignancies. So far, mostly pediatric patients have been described, since the underlying condition is often fatal before adulthood...
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[texts]Characteristics of mentoring relationships formed by medical students and faculty. (Volume 17) - Dimitriadis, Konstantinos
This article is from Medical Education Online, volume 17.AbstractBackground: Little is known about the characteristics of mentoring relationships formed between faculty and medical students. Individual mentoring relationships of clinical medical students at Munich Medical School were characterized quantitatively and qualitatively. Methods: All students signing up for the mentoring program responded to a questionnaire on their expectations (n = 534)...
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[texts]Age and skin site related differences in steroid metabolism in male skin point to a key role of sebocytes in cutaneous hormone metabolism. (Volume 4) - Haag, Markus
This article is from Dermato-endocrinology, volume 4.AbstractHormone concentrations decline with aging. Up to now it was not clear, whether the decrease of hormone concentrations in blood samples are also present in cutaneous suction blister fluids, and whether skin from different anatomical sites shows different hormone concentrations.Analysis of suction blister fluids and paired blood samples from young (mean 27.8 y) and old (mean 62.6 y) male subjects by UPLC-MS/MS showed that DHEA concentrat...
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[texts]Image Quality and Radiation Dose of Lower Extremity CT Angiography Using 70 kVp, High Pitch Acquisition and Sinogram-Affirmed Iterative Reconstruction. (Volume 9) - Qi, Li
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractObjectives: The purpose of this study was to assess image quality and radiation dose of lower extremity CT angiography (CTA) with 70 kVp, high pitch acquisition and sinogram-affirmed iterative reconstruction (SAFIRE). Methods: Lower extremity CTAs were performed on 44 patients: 22 patients were examined using protocol A (120 kVp, pitch of 0.85 and 120 ml of contrast agent on a first-generation dual-source CT) (120 kVp group) and 22 patients were ev...
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[texts]The incidence of HIV among women recruited during late pregnancy and followed up for six years after childbirth in Zimbabwe. (Volume 10) - Munjoma, Marshall W
This article is from BMC Public Health, volume 10.AbstractBackground: HIV incidence is a useful tool for improving the targeting of populations for interventions and assessing the effectiveness of prevention strategies. A study in Harare, Zimbabwe reported cumulative incidences of 3.4% (3.0-3.8) and 6.5% (5.7-7.4) among post-partum women followed for 12 and 24 months respectively between 1997 and 2001...
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[texts]Detailed analysis of metagenome datasets obtained from biogas-producing microbial communities residing in biogas reactors does not indicate the presence of putative pathogenic microorganisms. (Volume 6) - Eikmeyer, Felix G
This article is from Biotechnology for Biofuels, volume 6.AbstractBackground: In recent years biogas plants in Germany have been supposed to be involved in amplification and dissemination of pathogenic bacteria causing severe infections in humans and animals. In particular, biogas plants are discussed to contribute to the spreading of Escherichia coli infections in humans or chronic botulism in cattle caused by Clostridium botulinum...
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